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Arsenal's top-4 hopes suffer major blow with 3-0 Palace loss

Arsenal's top-4 hopes suffer major blow with 3-0 Palace loss

After falling behind to goals from Andros Townsend , Yohan Cabaye and a Luka Milivojevic penalty, scores of travelling fans turned on boss Arsene Wenger and the Arsenal players towards the end of the Selhurst Park clash. They are now sixth, level on points with Everton, and seven behind fourth-placed Manchester City. "Like I said before, this isn't Arsenal at this moment time".



Voters in Indonesian Capital Choose Governor

Mr Anies Baswedan won with 58 per cent of the votes versus 42 per cent for incumbent Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known by his Chinese nickname as Ahok, based on 100 per cent of the votes in an unofficial "quick count" by Indikator Politik.


Pyongyang marks founder's 105th birth anniversary, displays new missile

Pyongyang marks founder's 105th birth anniversary, displays new missile

At the same time, North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister downplayed reports that a nuclear test was imminent, something many fear would lead to a U.S. attack. The anniversary is the country's most important holiday. Delivered at 11 a.m. Monday-Friday. "The president has no further comment". The North has been increasingly challenging the U.S.in rhetoric following ambiguous language from the Trump administration as well as the recent missile strike against Syrian government forces .



Snap election call wipes £45bn off FTSE 100

The early election in June means May will not have to face the voters again until 2022, giving her a wider margin of maneuver at the tail end of the Brexit talks. Opinion polls put the Conservatives - who now hold 330 of parliament's 650 seats - well ahead of Labour, who have 229. Both Sturgeon's Scottish Nationalists and the Liberal Democrats want Britain to remain in the EU's single market - something May has ruled out, along with a referendum on any deal she wins.


Labour MPs set to be granted automatic reselection as candidates

Labour MPs set to be granted automatic reselection as candidates

Mrs May insisted she will be out campaigning and promoting the Government's record to voters as well as her plans to "make Brexit a success and build a stronger Britain for the future". European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said "the real political negotiations on Article 50 with the United Kingdom will start after the elections foreseen for June 8".


Rob Gronkowski crashes White House press briefing

Rob Gronkowski crashes White House press briefing

Brady continued to say the due to recent developments, he would not be able to visit the White House ceremony today. The quarterback stated that he had personal family matters to attend to instead, so, this may not be a political statement by Brady after all.